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  • Ben Kenobi
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    It's actually perversely impressive. They've had some epic teams, very talented, both offense and D. But they always seem to flag at key moments.

    I do feel your pain. As a fan, you're starting to get a vague (though less hometown-intense) sense what it was like being a Cubs fan from the 50s through 2015.
    I'm also a Canucks fan. At this point, it would be the same as being a Cubs fan in the early 90s for you. So while not quite the same, they've just now taken the longest drought for a non-cup winning team. (Though the Laffs have a drought dating back to the 60s. Don't know what the Chargers will end up doing now.

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  • -Jrabbit
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    It's actually perversely impressive. They've had some epic teams, very talented, both offense and D. But they always seem to flag at key moments.

    I do feel your pain. As a fan, you're starting to get a vague (though less hometown-intense) sense what it was like being a Cubs fan from the 50s through 2015.

  • Berzerker
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    The Rams are still in it and they're not only close by, they charge

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  • Ben Kenobi
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    yeah. Been a fan now for 18 years, after their 1-15 season and the drafting of LT and Brees. End of an era coming soon. Still no SB.

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  • -Jrabbit
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  • Berzerker
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    NE @ KC

    yeah, baby

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  • Ben Kenobi
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    Ain't on Rivers here. I am watching the game with my brother and I was gobsmacked by the 4-0-7 defense. Bradley's call to run that again, and that's gonna cost him his job. And rightfully so.

    It was a playbook designed for the Ravens offense. I was shocked they decided to even attempt that against the Patriots.

    Couple of things I very much disagreed with. First off, run your offensive drives for the 4th down. Go for it every down.

    Secondly Bradley should have ditched the D when it was 21-7. You have to give your team a chance. When you know it's not working, you need to abandon the scheme toute de suite. Now all the Patriots have to do is cover deep and blitz Rivers every play as the Chargers have no other options.

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  • pchang
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    Technically 5 possessions, 5 touchdowns, but perhaps not the way they drew it up.

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  • pchang
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    4 possessions, 4 touchdowns. Not looking good for Philanuary.

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  • -Jrabbit
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    I think they just had an off week.

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  • Ben Kenobi
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    I take exception to your implication that San Diego played to lose. I believe Phil would as well.
    They stayed in their base-D, and kept their offensive playbook vanilla. I don't think they played to lose, but they played with their cards pretty close to to their chest. I would have rather they went full out to win to challenge for the 1 seed, but they played as if they had nothing to play for.

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  • -Jrabbit
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    I take exception to your implication that San Diego played to lose. I believe Phil would as well.

  • Fairpricerx
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    Summer)) is the most magical time !!

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  • Ben Kenobi
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    Indeed he was. Thank Harbaugh for not playing Flacco. 4-1 is still a pretty good Philcember record and it looks like they were going for the long con, in helping to eliminate the Steelers.

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  • pchang
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    Rivers was in the Christmas giving spirit.

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